Jack brings a background in international art business and art history to the Winston Art Group team. He first joined the Advisory Department as Associate Advisory Manager after graduating from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Art History. Jack is currently the Senior Director of Advisory and oversees all acquisition and deaccession projects as well as extensive collection management support to collectors of all tangible personal property. Jack first got a taste for the art world as gallery curator for Island6 Art Center in Shanghai, China. Throughout his college career, Jack interned at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the Development Department, at the Art & Business Council of Greater Boston in the Corporate Art Lending Program, and also at Winston Art Group. Jack is fluent in English and French, speaks at a conversational level in Mandarin and Spanish, and has experience working with European and Asian collectors.
Get to Know Me
How did you begin your career in the art world?
I first started working with the artist collective Island6 in Shanghai, China, that combined local and traditional Chinese craftmanship with global themes present with new media and interactive technology.
What are the most interesting aspects of your work?
I truly enjoy the opportunity to work together with collectors of all backgrounds in building or expanding unique collections that have very special and personal points of view. Through this, I can support artists of diverse heritage and perspectives in various stages of their careers and deepen connections to the art world.
Tell us about the most recent / last piece you acquired?
The most recent piece I acquired for my personal collection was a painting by LA-based artist Chris Fallon. The work is so uniquely strange and executed with such detail. I can sit in front of it all day and see something new each time.